My short story “Eleanor, Willow, and Tania,” will be published in an upcoming anthology filled with literary female characters who never got what they “deserved” in their first life inside the author’s novel, story, or poem. In my case, it was Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House (get the free copy to read–you’ll need it, and you’ll enjoy it!). Or, listen to the audiobook recording on YouTube.
In addition, you can win a free copy of this collection of the nine stories by filling out this form and answering the questions.
By answering the above form, you can win with your suggestions of a title for my new collection, and/or your suggestions of locations/settings/characters (other than Eleanor Vance, who will be in it) for the other eight stories in my collection. I might even put you in the story if you can finagle a way to suggest why you should be inlcuded! I have done this in two other historical mysteries I’ve written, The Stockton Insane Asylum Murder and The Dancing Murders.
Thanks, and I hope you enjoy the rest of your day. Keep reading and stay healthy!